8yo is Moore’s Good Luck Charm at Brighton

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London – Good Luck Charm is certainly no back number at the age of eight, as he can demonstrate by registering his second course success of the season in the Stacatruc Forklifts Up The Handicap at Brighton.

Four of the Gary Moore-trained gelding’s six wins have come at the seaside venue over 1500m and a fifth looks on the cards.

He has had just the one run since his latest success and that was at Goodwood, where he stayed on steadily from the rear without being able to get in a blow in a race won by Wannabe Friends.

A return to his happy hunting ground can bring about a change of luck.

Rastrelli may be one of Godolphin’s lesser lights but he has shown enough ability in both his starts to date to suggest he can win a race or two.

Charlie Appleby-trained son of Siyouni has shaped encouragingly in maidens at Newmarket and Goodwood and can strike at the third attempt in the Follow Us On Twitter @ Starsports_bet EBF Novice Stakes.

Monteamiata can recoup losses in the Call Star Sports On 08000 521 321 Fillies’ Handicap after being beaten when sent off favourite on her latest start at Salisbury.

Ed Walker’s three-year-old had won her previous race at Lingfield in July and deserves another chance, being only 1.75 lengths behind the winner last time out.

Hammersly Lake can defy top weight in the richest race on the card at Perth, the Sodeko Prestige Venues And Events Killiecrankie Handicap Chase.

Charlie Longsdon’s nine-year-old has just been beaten in both his starts this summer since moving from Nicky Henderson’s yard and can get his head in front this time.

The Clock Leary found the 5200m trip at Cartmel just beyond him on his latest outing when he faded from the last fence in a race won by Fact Of The Matter.

He drops back to 4800m over which he had been successful at Bangor and can regain winning ways in the Prestige Venues And Events Handicap Chase.

Third Act can benefit from a step up in distance to take the Visit attheraces.com Handicap Chase at Newton Abbot.

The Colin Tizzard-trained eight-year-old has been placed in his last two starts over 3200m on this course, lending weight to the theory he might enjoy the extra 1000m.

Court King has finished first or second in his last four races over the summer and can continue in the same vein of form for trainer Peter Bowen in the newtonabbotracing.com Handicap Hurdle. – Press Association.

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